Lincoln Wellington has a number of training groups aimed to meet the needs of individuals based on their ability and aspirations. We also have teams in a wide range of competitions, from young athletes through senior track and field to road running.
Who for? The Road Runners welcome new members from complete beginners to seasoned athletes. We vary in age from teenagers to old age pensioners. We enter a variety of races from 5k to marathon, but welcome fun runners who do not intend to race but who wish to improve. So if you are looking to improve your Personal Best (PB) or to keep fit we can help you.
When we meet? We meet on a club nights, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and hit the road about 6.30pm. If you are new to the club and want to join us please come down about 6.15pm and ask for the road runners section. We normally form 3-4 running groups of slow, medium, to fast and run 30-60+ minutes. On a Sunday mornings some of our members meet for a long run (10-15+ miles). Feel free to come down and try us out!
Where we meet? We always start from the Club Hub at Yarborough Leisure Centre. We then hit the historic streets of Lincoln utilising the hills and countryside to keep our runs varied.
Contact: If you are new to road running and interested in joining our road runners group please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Track Middle Distance and Endurance Runners
Who for? Many of our road runners progress into our track group which is aimed at the more advanced and experienced middle and long distance runners. This group target anything from 800 metres to marathon. Sessions tend to be harder and help those wanting to break the PBs.
When we meet? Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.30pm. We usually start off with a 30 minute warm up including a 2-mile loop, some drills and strides, before the session starts at 7pm. Sessions vary from 30 minutes to over 1 hour.
Where we meet? Most of our sessions are on the Yarborough Leisure Centre Athletics Track, however, we hit the road or grass during to summer to get some hills or mix up our training mainly during the summer months.
Contact: If you are interested in joining this group, head down to Yarborough Leisure centre on a club night for 6.15pm and ask for Mark Baddeley’s Middle Distance and Endurance Group. If you are interested in joining our track runners group please contact email@example.com
Who for? Senior Competitive Sprint Group: Age-appropriate training for the athlete covering short sprints (60/100/200m), long sprints (300/400m), long and short hurdles (110m/100m/300m/400m). This group is appropriate for juniors transitioning from the Junior Sprint Group and interested in the Senior Competitive Sprint Group, allowing them to discover their preferred specialist event.
Junior Sprint Group: This group is appropriate for beginners and developing athletes transitioning from the 515 Group and the Athlete Progression Pathway Process and interested in the Senior Sprint Group, allowing them to discover their preferred specialist event.
Long Jump/Hurdling coaching also provided within both groups.
When we meet? Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.30pm.
Where we meet? Most of our sessions are on the Yarborough Leisure Centre Athletics Track.
Contact: Our sprinting coach team consist of Terence Timmis (Senior Group Coach), Josh Drotleff and Mathew Blagdon (both Junior Group Coaches). If you are interested in joining one of our sprint group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
515 Training Groups for Junior Athletes (U18)
Who for? 5.15 is Lincoln Wellington AC junior athletic all inclusive training time for children of all abilities wanting to get involved in athletics. We are a club for 4 – 17 year olds. As an England Athletics satellite club we follow the Athlete 365 training programme written by England Athletics. We have 7 groups, which are loosely based on age, when joining the club, future group progression will depend on the ability of the athletes.
All 515 coaches are DBS checked and have gained their England Athletics coaching licences. 515 is also a great starting point for anyone 16+ to get into coaching. 515 allows students the opportunity to complete volunteering hours towards Duke of Edingburgh Awards and PE exams.
All 7 515 groups are coached in sprinting, endurance, high jump, long jump, hurdles, shot putt and javelin. Training sessions are devised by each groups lead coach and suitable for their age and ability.
All athletes are expected to compete for the club and in individual competitions.
- Minis age 4-7 – Coach – Millie Turner
- Red age 8 – Coaches – Josh Drotleff and Tamatha Troop
- Purple age 9 – Coaches – Paige Troop assisted by Jay Thomas and Molly Scott
- Orange age 10 – Coaches – Sylvia Philps and Matt Blagdon assisted by Ellie Burbridge
- Yellow age 11 – Coaches – Jack Kitchen and Seb Vicary
- Green age 12 – 14 – Coaches – Marc Thorpe, Rhiannon Troop
- Blue age 14 – 17 – Coach Lee Troop
Terry Timmis is available to assist all coaches
When we meet? Tuesday or Thursday 5.15 – 6.15 Green and Blue groups can train both nights
Where we meet? Yarborough Leisure Centre Athletic Track
Contact: If you are interested in joining our 515 group, please contact email@example.com